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O Precious Savior!

Representative Text

1. O precious Savior!
O precious Savior!
Wearing the thorns on thy brow;
Help me to love thee,
Could I despise thee?
No, for thou lovest me now.

2. O precious Savior!
O precious Savior!
Bleeding on Calvary's tree;
Bearing such torment,
Suff'ring so freely,
Dying to save even me.

3. O precious Savior!
O precious Savior!
In the cold grave thou didst lie;
But thou hast risen
And gone to heaven,
Our home preparing on high.

4. O precious Savior!
O precious Savior!
Reigning o'er sin and the grave;
Grant us each moment,
Thro' thy atonement,
Grace all-abounding to save.

Source: Select Hymns: for Christian worship and general gospel service #131

Author: Barney E. Warren

Barney Elliott Warren was an American Christian hymnwriter and minister. See more in Wikipedia  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O precious Savior! O precious Savior!
Title: O Precious Savior!
Author: Barney E. Warren
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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Salvation Echoes #132

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Select Hymns #131

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Songs of the Evening Light #204

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